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Subject: Re: Marketing a Novel as an Ebook - Chapter One Date: 2/24/2012 4:17 PM
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Is there a way to find out how many copies of an eBook have been sold? I notice on Kindle that they tell you the number of reviews an eBook has gotten but not the number of eBooks.

I might add that Lulu.com has a nice self publishing service with various degrees of costs for the services you want to buy. They are big in the "just in time" publishing business and even do hard bound copies, I believe (not just paperbacks). They have formats for either Kindle or iPad.

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